Ross 154 ‎– Fragments

Label:
Eevo Lute Muzique ‎– EEVO 006
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Hybrids I 0:37
A2 Fragments 6:39
A3 Hybrids III 0:45
A4 Remembrance 5:43
B1 Hybrids II 0:54
B2 Mayflower 5:02
B3 Hybrids IV 0:46
B4 Within You 7:07

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Credits

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Thanks to: Stefan Brunsman & Arnold Winkler
Recorded at Virtual Image
© 1993 Eevo Lute Muzique
℗ 1993 Terrace Productions

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  • Rights Society: BUMA/STEMRA

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mmerlak

mmerlak

September 30, 2017
My repress sounds quite dull = no treble. Is the original same?
daftcombo

daftcombo

August 9, 2017
From Eevolute website:

"Fragments was conceived by ROSS 154, living in Amsterdam, and formerly active under the name Pallas. His first 12" for Eevo Lute features four songs, which were recorded during a live mixing session, and also four new age fragments. ROSS 154 believes in the concept of live arranging and mixing, because it closely resembles his way of thinking. Each track was recorded several times, and the best result was put on vinyl. Fragments are included to create areas of harmony between the tracks. Finally, in Remembrance, ROSS recalls and translates the dream he had the night before, into music. What kind of dream that was? You'll have to find out by listening... "

http://www.eevolute.com/release/fragments.html
gibbte

gibbte

May 18, 2017
edited 6 months ago
Reissue is confirmed, with a remastered version coming in a new series by Applied Rhythmic Technology
jinge

jinge

November 23, 2016
edited 11 months ago
News on fb comment in delsin post of 'mayflower' -> "Kirk Degiorgio: remaster edition coming soon on Sound Obsession."
dmnnvn

dmnnvn

June 26, 2016
Started digging through Peteri's back catalog after hearing Strike on Delsin. Couldn't really get into his Newworldaquarium stuff, but this record really resonates with me. As somebody mentioned, there's a real Detroit feel to this 12" , all though the tracks are much colder than anything out of motor city. Whatever the influences, the record is amazing and deserves all the praise. I wonder if it had any impact on guys from Autechre because Amber has a similar feel to this.